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As expected, Apple will launch the iPhone 13 product line in September this year. Recently, news site MacRumors has shared a video on hand of a series of iPhone 13 models created based on rumors and leaked CAD drawings, thereby giving us a more detailed look at the upcoming iPhone line. Apple’s eyes.
Video on hand model iPhone 13 “
Previous rumors have said that the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will have a larger camera cluster, while the camera sensors on the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini are arranged diagonally instead of vertically like the previous generation. The entire iPhone 13 series is said to have a larger main sensor, and that’s also why Apple uses a diagonal camera design.
In addition, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are also rumored to have a new generation super wide-angle camera with many improvements and autofocus capabilities.
Model iPhone 13 series
Although it is not confirmed that the iPhone 13 will have a 120Hz screen because this is only a model, MacRumors said that the new generation iPhone will have a smaller Face ID system, thereby reducing the size of the notch on the face. before. Besides, these iPhone models also have dual microphones on the top edge of the device.
iPhone 12 is placed in the case of iPhone 13 Pro
In the hands-on video of the model, MacRumors revealed that the position of the SIM tray and the volume up and down keys on the iPhone 13 has been “re-adjusted” a bit. In addition, they also said that the rear camera clusters of iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 will have different sizes. This means that unlike the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 13 case will not work for the iPhone 13 Pro.
iPhone 13 Pro (left) and iPhone 12 Pro (right)
iPhone 13 (left) and iPhone 13 Pro (right) models
iPhone 12 and iPhone 13″
In addition to design changes, the iPhone 13 is expected to be equipped with the A15 Bionic processor, manufactured on TSMC’s 5nm + process, and integrate a faster 5G modem. Apple is expected to integrate a larger battery into the 2021 iPhone line to meet the higher battery life requirements of the 120Hz screen and the new 5G modem.
Source : Genk